All my hubs no longer display the personal copyright notice even though I still have it selected in my display options.
I think this was accidentally removed when the last update was installed removing the voting options.
There is an issue with how the copyright notice is working and our engineering team is working to address it.
Thanks for your patience.
We deployed a fix for this and I confirmed the copyright notice is now showing.
Glenn, it appears you may be right. I have checked a few of my hubs and it does seem to have disappeared.
I just happened to be looking for it last week. Since some of my hubs have been stolen, I wanted to make sure that the copyright notice was on everyone of them. Sometimes I forget, especially when I was a newbie. It should definitely be there as a warning to the thieves.
The copyright notice is down the bottom in the grey section. However it is far too small and far too "after the event" as it were.
It needs to be up top AND it must be capable of being read un the mobile version.
No, that's not what I am referring to. I'm taking about the author's copyright notice. The one with OUR name and year of publication that we enable via the display option in the HubTool. That used to be immediately under the last text capsule of the hub, but no longer displaying now.
Yes, thanks very much for sorting that out so promptly, Matt.
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